Latest Innovations in Dental Restoration Technology

Latest Innovations in Dental Restoration Technology

Dental restoration technology continues to evolve at a very rapid pace, significantly improving the overall customer experience.  Recent innovations include:

  • Digital Impressions: Digital impressions allow dentists to take highly accurate and detailed 3D scans of a patient’s teeth and mouth, without the need for messy and uncomfortable traditional impressions. This technology allows for more precise and efficient restorations.
  • CAD/CAM Technology: Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology is being used to create crowns, veneers, bridges, and other dental restorations with extreme precision. This technology allows for same-day restorations, eliminating the need for multiple appointments.
  • 3D Printing: 3D printing technology is being used to create dental restorations, such as dentures, bridges, and aligners, with greater accuracy and efficiency. 3D printing can also be used to create surgical guides, which can improve the precision of dental implant placement.
  • Laser Dentistry: Laser dentistry is being used for a variety of dental procedures, including cavity detection, gum reshaping, and teeth whitening. This technology is less invasive than traditional methods, and can result in less pain and quicker healing times.
  • Nanotechnology: Nanotechnology is being used to create stronger and more durable dental materials, such as resin composites and ceramic restorations. These materials can mimic the natural appearance of teeth and provide better long-term outcomes for patients.

Overall, these innovations in dental restoration technology are making it easier and more comfortable for patients to receive the care they need, while also improving the precision and efficiency of dental procedures.

Hampford Research has been a leading supplier of dental restoration materials since its inception. Customers worldwide rely on HRI’s expertise to produce monomers, adhesion promoters and photoinitiators that meet or exceed the industry’s rigorous standards.

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